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Old 06-23-2003, 02:44 AM   #1
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i picked up two new aquisitions for my tank today. first is a velvet nudibrach which is really cool. I know they don't do very well in our tanks but i have alot of flatworms once again so i figured it would be feed very well for a WHILE. i just hope i driped him in well enough because i know they are very touchy to changes in salinity and temperature. the second new piece is a new acro. i'm not sure of the exact scientific name but it is nicknamed the "green slimmer" it is very cool. bright, bright neon green. i'm excited.
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here they are i got some pics of them this mourning after the light turned on.
the nudibranch has eaten well overnight i can already tell cause he is like twice as fat as he was when i got him.
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Cool!! love the acro!!
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Cool, I love nudis, I will never get one but they are really cool. Also, I need to find some m digitata.
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Nice acro, most likely A. yongei. I tried the velvet nudis a few months ago, cool to watch but they didn't even make a dent in the flatworms before they disappeared. Hopefully you will have better results d9hp, if you're ever in the area, I have more digitata than I know what to do with
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Sweet, I am in Chesapeake all the time, but not in Richmond. Sorry.
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